Drone attack 'kills 4 Qaida suspects' in Yemen

DUBAI: A Suspicious American Drone Attack Killed Four Alleged Al-Qaeda Jihadists In The Center Yemen On Tuesday Said A Security Officer In The Area.

The Attack Was Aimed At The Men's Vehicle When They Went To A Farm In The Province Of Marib, According To The Official, Who Did Not Want To Be Named.

The United States considers Yemen -based al-Qaida in the (AQAP) to be the radical group's most dangerous branch.

A Long-running American Drone War Against AQAP Has Intensified Since President Donald Trump Applied In January 2017.

AQAP And Other Jihadist Groups Flourish In The Chaos Of The Country's Civil War, Which Pits The Government - Backed By A Saudi-led Military Coalition - Against The Shiite Huthi Rebels.

On Sunday, Four Suspected Al-Qaeda Members Were Killed In A Claim From The Islamic State Group In Bayda Province, A Local Official Told AFP.

The more than four-year conflict in Yemen has killed tens of thousands of people, many of them civilians, relief agencies say.

The Fighting Have Caused What The United Nations Describes The Worst Humanitarian Crisis In The World, With 3.3 Million People Still Displaced And 24.1 Million - More Than Two Thirds Of The Population - Needing Help